Look who it is! The man known for making incredible sounds on the big screen in the popular 80’s movies “Police Academy” stopped by Broadcast House here at Channel 7.
Michael Winslow is in town to perform at a couple of fundraisers in the area.
His first stop was at West Bloomfield High School to raise money for the West Bloomfield Educational Foundation.
He's still got the gift of sound and is still sharing his talent!
On Saturday, March 16 he will be at the Michigan Firehouse Museum to help promote its history.
The 7:00 p.m. show at the museum is already sold out! But there are still tickets for the 9:30 p.m. show. For more information visit: http://michiganfirehousemuseum.org/
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